[Osmf-talk] Losing faith
kengggg at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 07:12:16 UTC 2013
I forgot to mention that I'm new to OSM my first edit was not long time ago.
I have no objection on all the conversation, but I'm curious, according to
Steve, why it took 3 months to answer simple question.
2013/1/16 Eugene Usvitsky <eugene at usvitsky.com>
> On 15 January 2013 15:50, Patipat Susumpow <kengggg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Guys, don't you think the founder who found the thing that bought us here
>> together should be able to speak out for the community through
> I totally support Tom Chance's opinion - the answer to this question is
> Steve has done a lot of good things for the project but it was long time
> ago (years ago, to be precise). Currently other people do a lot to help the
> project and to represent the project. CWG was created specifically for this
> purpose and they do a great job as much as they can. Any official channels
> (and @openstreetmap is among them) should be controlled by them and only
> them. If you don't like the things that are posted there - contact them,
> become one of them, but you can't be outside this group and do things on
> behalf of the whole project. Time when this can be done has come and gone,
> OSM is no longer small project. Bill Gates doesn't tweet from official MS
> accounts so why should Steve?
> The decision on changing passwords was right and things should be left
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